Category Archives: Climate Change
CARS, Cars, and more cars?
Cars have enabled most of what we enjoy today. They have given us far greater mobility than ever before and to do it in great comfort and convenience. But cars have created their on problems of traffic congestion, air pollution, and greenhouse gases. The drawbacks are starting to outweigh its benefits. Continue reading
Climate Change: Part 4 – How Storms & Hurricanes Form
The formation of storms and hurricanes are largely a mystery to most people. This post will attempt to explain how they are formed in light of the recent rash of hurricanes that have threatened and damaged this nation resulting in hundreds of billions of dollars in damages and loss of life to take some of the mystery out of it and how Climate Change may have played a role… Continue reading
Climate Change: Is it Too Late?
There seems to be an increasing consensus among climate scientist that even if we were to cease all production of man made greenhouse gases it would take as much as a hundred thousand years to return to a more normal state…We have triggered nature to quickly release its own huge stores of greenhouse gases from the oceans, ice, and tundras which have been accumulating and lying dormant for millions of years. We can still make a difference if we act soon. Our influence on Climate Change is still significant. Continue reading
2015 UN Paris Climate Summit – Are We Committed?
The first UN Climate Change Summit (COP21) in 20 years convened in Paris just days after the recent Terrorist attacks there. Its goal is to draft legally binding and universal agreements on climate, with the aim of keeping global warming below 3.6°C… Our nation has officially been a strong advocate for reducing greenhouse gases yet 57% of Republican Congress Members deny anthropomorphic (man caused) Climate Change arguing there is nothing we can do to stem it in spite of universal scientific consensus to the contrary. Continue reading
New Technology May Overshadow Global Warming
Fracking is a relatively new technology that threatens efforts to reduce greenhouse gases. This new technology can produce an abundant source of domestic fossil fuels that could provide us with greenhouse producing energy for many decades to come, increasing global warming and the threat of increasing super-storms and devastation. This article describes the Fracking process and many of its other dangers. Continue reading
Na-sayers and the Apathetic on Global Warming
The vast majority of na-sayers of global warming are political conservatives, typically Republicans, who don’t want to believe that global warming is a fact and/or that it is primarily caused by greenhouse gases produced from man. Most do not have … Continue reading
Global Warming Require Lifestyle Changes
I have been an environmentalist much of my adult live. I have fought industrial pollution and live a life that is low in energy and water consumption. Though I live in a modest two story house my utility bill is … Continue reading
Global Warming Getting a Power Boost from Methane Gas
There exist vast stores of a gas that is trapped under the Arctic ice sheets and permafrost which is more than 20 times more potent as a greenhouse gas than carbon dioxide that is in danger of being liberated if our Arctic ice fields melt from the effects of global warming that could give an extremely potent boost to global warming. Continue reading
Global Warming – A real threat to all Life on Earth
Global Warming and Climate Change are phrases that have been increasingly tossed around by the media for the last decade. But I do not believe that the true consequences of nature’s wrath are adequately understood. Its universal acceptance by the … Continue reading
What is Global Warming (Part 1/3) – The Fundamentals
I am of the belief that Global Warming is a scientific reality and that its current cause is primarily due to unsustainable greenhouse emissions from man. I am equally convinced that it is still within our power to stop it … Continue reading
What is Global Warming (Part 2/3) – The Doomsday Scenario
Now that we have a better understanding of the fundamentals (see What is Global Warming (Part 1/3) – The Fundamentals) let us proceed with Global Warming. This is a worst case scenario describing the state of climate leading up to the … Continue reading